BREAKING NEWS IN NIGERIA THIS MORNING, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 2021

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Good morning and welcome to breaking news stories for this morning, Friday, August 20, 2021.

Note: Please, click on the “CONTINUE READING..” link to read full details of each of the stories.

Below are the breaking news stories you need to read this morning:

1. President Buhari Approves Review Of 368 Grazing Reserves In 25 States

President Buhari Approves Review Of 368 Grazing Reserves In 25 States

The president’s directive followed his approval of the recommendations of a committee chaired by the Chief of Staff to the President, Ibrahim Gambari. This comes months after southern governors banned open grazing in the entire region. According to a statement by CONTINUE READING..]

2. Photos Of The State Of A General Hospital In Zamfara State

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Photos Of The State Of A General Hospital In Zamfara State

Here are photos of the state of a General Hospital in Zamfara State. According to Haruna, the photos showing the appalling state of the CONTINUE READING..]

3. See Photo As Police Rescue 12 Kidnapped Victims In Zamfara

See Photo As Police Rescue 12 Kidnapped Victims In Zamfara

Operatives of the Zamfara State Police Command have rescued 11 villagers abducted from Yakofoji village on August 12. Spokesperson of the command, SP Muhammed Shehu, who disclosed this in a statement on Thursday, August 19, in CONTINUE READING..]

4. UNICAL Professor Arraigned In Court Over ₦20.6m Fraud

UNICAL Professor Arraigned In Court Over ₦20.6m Fraud

It was found that contracts amounting to ₦7,819,916.24 were allegedly awarded to Bakuf Ventures on four occasions between 2013 and 2017. The institution also awarded contracts worth N4.7 million to CONTINUE READING..]

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5. Police Service Commission Sets Up Fresh Panel To Probe Abba Kyari

Police Service Commission Sets Up Fresh Panel To Probe Abba Kyari

Though Kyari was earlier probed by a Police investigative panel set up by the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Mohammed Adamu, and headed by Joseph Egbunike, a Deputy Inspector-General of Police, a new panel set up by the CONTINUE READING..]